The former secretary of State said Trump "insults and dismisses women."
Attendees paid between $1,000 and $2,700 each for seats at Clinton’s fundraiser.
Jonathan Easley 09/05/15 11:57 AM EDT
Being on the prime-time stage means she'll be face to face with the front-runner.
Kevin Cirilli 09/05/15 11:36 AM EDT
The group is focusing more on the right after having disrupted campaign events by Democrats.
"Being out on a picket line and standing with workers is something I have been doing for my entire life."
A campaign official said the setup ensured taxpayer money wasn't spent on the server.
Ben Kamisar 09/05/15 06:11 AM EDT
They say it would be difficult putting together an organization and that Clinton is still strong...
The survey finds Trump with 45 percent support and Clinton with 40 percent.
“Bernie is doing more than attracting large crowds,” a spokesman said.
He says the U.S. should offer to take in at least 65,000 of the refugees by 2016.